Trump federalized the effort, effectively making the states responsible for their own responses. This was EXACTLY the right thing to do, because it guaranteed 50 different responses, of which one would be the best, and would serve as a guide for future such crises. Let’s not forget that this is the FIRST such crisis we’ve faced with the ability to do instant communications. That was a particularly forward-thinking thing for Trump to do. In the beginning he gets an “A+”, because you can’t have an “A++.”
After that he gets a “C+”
Continue reading Grading Trump on COVID (and more)
Whatever his supposed flaws, the rampant accusations and speculation that shrouded Trump’s presidency, even before it began, ultimately have proven unfounded. Just as Trump said all along. Yet, each time Trump said so, some of us in the media lampooned him. We treated any words he spoke in his own defense as if they were automatically to be disbelieved because he had uttered them. Some even declared his words to be “lies,” although they had no evidence to back up their claims.
Continue reading An Extraordinary Internet Piece: “Apologies to President Trump”
The ideas and thinking of the Left, and of its puppets in the RGI, are so stupid, so cringe-inducingly, embarrassingly idiotic, that the only way they can become the currency of a country is if #1: you don’t allow any other ideas, and #2: you don’t permit anyone to think independently. Continue reading The RGI Says: Black People Don’t — and Must NOT — Think for Themselves
Behind the scenes, some perspicacious people pointed out to me that I had erred, so I must make amends. I have … Continue reading People I Like (and some I don’t) (Part II)
Well, Rory McIlroy, my future son-in-law, (just kidding, but it would be nice!) won the Honda Classic. He’s now #1 … Continue reading Passing Thoughts on Golf (Part 5)